The Highland Field Sports Fair Committee is continuing to closely monitor the ongoing Coronavirus situation and will continue to fully consider Government advice and guidance in relation to the running of public events and specifically the Highland Field Sports Fair, which is due to take place on 7th & 8th August at Moy Hall, by Inverness.
However in the meantime, planning and preparations for the Fair are progressing well and we look forward to offering our visitors 2 days of excellent entertainment and the opportunity to take part in various Field Sports activities as well as enjoying the many different shopping and food products that will be on offer, including a Cookery Theatre which is a new addition to the Fair for 2020.
There is still the opportunity to apply for general Trade Space or indeed a Stand in the ever popular Food Hall.
The Committee will continue to provide updates regarding the Fair over the coming weeks and we remain very optimistic that the event will proceed in August when we look forward to welcoming our many regular and new visitors to the event.
Highland Field Sports Fair
A fun day out for all the family
Friday 7 & Saturday 8 August 2020
10am to 5:30pm each day
Tickets: £15 per adult, Under 16's Free
Includes free car parking & a complimentary programme per car
About the Fair
The Fair offers a diversity of entertainments and activities for all of the family,from crèche facilities to archery! The emphasis is on field sports activities with competitions in fly casting, gun dog handling and clay pigeon shooting. See our What's on page to find out more.
Take your pets for the day and children can enter them into the children's pets parade or, if you have a terrier, try out the terrier races. Please note that only "ground terriers" will be eligible for entry. Activities in the main ring differ from year to year but you may see gun dog or fly-casting demonstrations, pipe bands, falconry displays, and much more.
There is an abundance of stalls selling the best of Scottish produce and there could be anything from traditional fare such as Venison to Arbroath Smokies, or you could purchase a Scottish made dog harness or walking stick.
The Fair is a non-profit making event and surplus funds are distributed to charities and deserving causes. Here are just some of the Charities we have donated to over the past few years;
Riding for the Disabled, Highland Hospice, Highland Society for Blind People, Blythswood Care, Macmillan Nurses, Shopmobility Highland, CLIC Sargent, Marie Curie Cancer Research, Children 1st (Inverness & Moray), Pets as Therapy, Maggies Highland, RSABI, RNLI, Meningitis Research, MS Therapy Centre, CCAST, Calman Trust, Yorkhill Hospital, Scotlands Charity Air Ambulance, SSAFA, Archies Foundation Inverness, Combat Stress, Blind Chat, Houses for Heroes, Chest Heart and Stroke, Poppy Scotland, Inverness Women's Aid, Cairngorm Mountain Rescue, Help for Heroes, Gamekeepers Welfare Trust, Highlanders Museum.